Tala Madani


Born 1981 in Tehran, Iran, Tala Madani lives and works in Los Angeles. Her work brings together various modes of critique about gender, particularly masculine and feminine stereotypes, as well as questioning westernised idealistic notions of childhood, family and the art historical canon. Her work is inflected with a peevish sense of humour and brings to bear basic human feelings and emotions, such as anxiety, anger, fear, isolation, paranoia, envy and lust. Madani received her MFA from Yale University School of Art in 2006 and has been awarded with many art prizes




100% viscose satin


All profit from sales of the scarves will go to Abdorrahman Boroumand Center, to support the movement in Iran.


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Scarves size

65×65, 120×120